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. no better way to get kicked out of the inauguration than quoting the bible. that is what louis giglio did. it took all of a day for something to surface in his past that made him non grata at the swearing in of the president who is in favor of gay rights. this story was posted yesterday that forced giglio that forced him to withdraw today. josh posted a transcript of a 15-year-old sermon that emphasized giglio's rapidly lgbt views including this tidbit about the gay rights movement. >> of course giglio is wrong about the gay rights movement. he said the movement is not a benevolent movement and that is not true. but the rest of what he says is actually true. it is a movement to seize by any means necessary the feelings and the mood of the day to the point where the homosexual lifestyle is an accepted lifestyle and is again in full standing as it relates to family. yes, we do want to create the feeling that the gay lifestyle is an acceptable norm in our society and is given full standing as any other lifestyle. that is exactly what the guy rights movement wants and what it has been achievi
month. as to louis giglio who's own history dates back to the 1990s. they're just coming to light or remerging. he was picked for this inaugural. and drawing to the same remarks that he made. >> and men, women, i can't say anything other than to you tonight than this. that if you look at the counsel of the word of god. old testament, new testament, you come quickly to the conclusion that homosexuality is not an alternate lifestyle. homosexual is not a preference. homosexuality is not gay, but homosexuality is sin. jonathan capehart joins me on this. i understand you've got news on giglio and whether or not he's going to be there or not? >> i do have news. a source tells me that giglio made a decision to withdraw from the program. an announcement from him is due out shortly. not exactly known when that will come out. but he is withdrawing himself from the inaugural program in giving the benediction. it should be pointed out, thomas, one of the questions is, how on earth did this guy get to this position of being invited in the first place. the issue, again, a source close to the in
this morning. >>> he's known as a rising voice in the evangelical community but now pastor louis giglio is giving up a key speaking role at president obama's nomination after his 1990 sermon on homosexuality was posted online by the liberal website think progress. >> if you look at the counsel of the word of god, old testament, new testament, you come quickly to the conclusion that homosexuality is not an alternate lifestyle. homosexuality is not just a sexual preference. homosexuality is not gay, but homosexuality is sin. >> after' backlash from gay rights supporters giglio bowed out and told his congregation "the issue of homosexuality is one of the most difficult our nation will navigate. however individuals' rights of freedom and the collective right to hold differing views on every subject is a critical balance we, as a people, must recover and preserve." joining me from washington cnn contributors maria cardona and republican strategist anna navarro. welcome to both of you. >> good morning, carol. >> good morning. >> maria, let's start with you, president obama needs a big tent to
, but controversy has already prompted a change. atlanta evangelical pastor louie giglio was selected to give the benediction, but he bowed out after some activist groups criticized a sermon he gave in the 1990s against homosexuality. giglio said he didn't want the uproar to become a distraction. myrlie evers-williams, widow of slain civil rights leader medgar evers, will deliver the invocation. as he did four years ago, president obama will use abraham lincoln's bible when he takes the oath of office. and this time, he will also use a bible of reverend martin luther king, jr. 2013 marks the 50th anniversary of king's march on washington and the 150th anniversary of the emancipation proclamation. >>> washington's national cathedral announced this week that it will begin performing same-sex marriages, effective immediately. the cathedral's dean gary hall admitted that gay marriage is a point of disagreement, but called the decision an effort to fully include gays and lesbians in the life of the church. last year, the episcopal church approved a blessing for same-sex marriages. it remains up to
ship that ran aground off the coast of the small island of giglio one year ago today. returned to the island to pay their respects. 32 people were killed in the accident. the captain of the vessel is being accused of manslaughter and is currently awaiting an indictment decision. the ship remains on its side off the giglio coast. it now appears that crews will need until september to get it upright and removed. the project is now estimated to cost over 530 million dollars. >> clear, cold for this in january evening. plenty of flights around the city hall but i think that the red and gold. all run the, cold. it is going to be all around- the bay area, cold. walnut creek. upper 20s and it is going to get even cooler for the next few hours. kilroy, menlo park. 38 degrees and look for temperatures to drop. rhee's warning in effect for the entire bay area. for tomorrow, a frigid start the highest will be 50 degrees. tonight will be the coldest. the changes will be in the afternoon. 60s. the coldest temperatures just force ar before sunrise, low low 20s. even upper teens in some spots
of giglio had hoped that by now there would be nothing left except the memories and memorials but it will be at least another 8 months before the costa concordia can be refloated and towed away to be scrapped. it's the largest and most complex operation of its kind ever undertaken. an underwater platform will stabilize the nearly 1,000 feet long liner when it is rolled over. massive notation tank, some as high as 11 stories will be welded on to the sides like a steel life preserver. the work goes on 24 hours a day, seven days a week. except today when like everything else on the island it stopped for a minute of silence. at the exact time the costa concordia struck the reeve one year ago. allen pizzey cbs news giglio italy. >> jeff: he was a journalist who stood up for civil rights and help changed the south. remembering eugene patterson. next. >> jeff: the family of internet activist ar won swartz is blaming zellous-- for his death. he could founded the web site reddit committed suicide on frichlt he was facing federal childs claiming he stole documents from an attempt to mak
what? it's go time. [ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> cenk: now atlanta pass tore louie giglio has done good work in his life, but also has terrible things to say about gay americans. he gave this sermon called in search of a standard christian response to homosexuality in the 1990's. >> homosexuality is less than god's best for his creation. it is less than god's best fours and everything in our lives. >> cenk: yeah. here's what i love. guys who think they're talking to god. i heard the voice of god. did he tell you where it said you shouldn't eat shrimp because you're going to hell. he didn't tell you that part. he did focus on the one part that they talk about not the part where if you wear two different types of clothing it's an domination and you'll serve in hell forever. that gets left out. this part doesn't of the of the >> cenk: can you imagine gays having the same standing in our society at anyone else? my god what would we do if we didn't have that kind of hateful discrimination. that's a really good point. his detractors say that was 15 years ago. his proponents say that. gay rights activists
this weekend the tiny island of giglio marks one year since the "costa concordia" disaster. it ran aground and capsized riding too close to land. allen pizzey is in giglio this morning. >> reporter: survivors have moved on cruise liners continue to pass close to the island of giglio, not quite so close in what had been the biggest shipwreck of its kind has turned into the biggest salvage operation once again. the rusting hull has been overwhelmed by the massive equipment needed to refloat it. most of the 450 workers live in the blue housing complex moored alongside the wreck. their job is well under way and reportedly on schedule but it's hard to tell. the bulk of the work is out of sight, amid eerie debris that still drifts out of the wreck. more than 100 divers are preparing gigantic cables to roll the ship off the rocks. massive floatation tanks, some as high as 11 stories, will be welded onto the sides, in effect, making a steel life preserver to keep the "costa concordia" afloat. the 96-ton rock that ripped the hull open has been removed. piece of it sits in the
the coast of the small island of giglio one year ago today. returned to the island to pay their respects. 32 people were killed in the accident. the captain of the vessel is being accused of manslaughter and is currently awaiting an indictment decision. the ship remains on its side off the giglio coast. it now appears that crews will need until september to get it upright and removed. the project is now estimated to cost over 530 million dollars. in the middle east. pakistan is bracing for an enormous weekend march and demonstration this coming monday, calling for sweeping political change. its leader is a controversial islamic scholar who has publicly challenged islamic extremists and is now taking-on his country's elected leaders. jonathan mann reports the indefinitely draw a crowd. however, refusing terrorism. >> terrorism is terrorism. violence is violence. it has no place in islam. >> addressed it's theight extremists, he is taking on his home politicians. and as we get ready for the elections next year. many have been spending time and prison. despite his claim of innocence. however, t
louie giglio is now pulling out of the festivities. why? because of a firestorm over his mid-1990 sermon on homosexuality. >> if you look at the counsel of the word of god, old testament, new testament, you come quickly to the conclusion that homosexuality is not an alternate lifestyle. homosexuality is not just a sexual preference. homosexuality is not gay. but homosexuality is sin. it is sin in the eyes of god, and it is sin according to the word of god. >> giglio withdrew from the ceremony after those words drew fire from gay rights groups saying in a message, the issue of homosexuality is one of the most difficult our nation will navigate. however, the collective right to hold differing views on any subject is a critical balance we as a people must recover and preserv preserve earlier this month, he welcomed thousands at his passion movement, end at human trafficking and sex slavery. he fears participation at the inauguration would distract from that message. a gay rights group said that giglio made the right decision. >> his inclusion would have been inconsistent with the tone that
in an old sermon has come back to haunt him. reverand. louie giglio is being criticized for a sermon he gave on homosexuality in the '90's. he called same-sex relationships sinful -- and an abomination. he was originally chosen because of his work to end human trafficking. >> jacqueline: temperatures are already dropping off. 20's and 30's. frosty conditions for tomorrow and saturday. some changes over the next several days. here is what is going to look like with 27 in the santa rosa. 29 through vallejo. and low 30's for the south bay and for the bayshore. there is a freeze warning for the north bay in portions of the south bay. there is a frosted 53 for the bayshore. we are going to wake up to frosty conditions. giving yourself some extra time would be a good idea. as for the afternoon highs we are not going to get much help. it is going to be chilly. the one good thing is that it was very parisi. tomorrow should not be as windy. temperatures will be virtually the same. as we take a look at the temperatures next week should be about the same. warmer. >> pam: we're giving you a look at an u
. it is not just on giglio that people are looking. there have also organized in peru in indonesia. all of the ships will be lowering their flags at half mast. people are united in their grief and remembering an accident that never should have happened. i last met kevin when divers will still searching for the body of his brother. they never found him. he still has so. >> we have to wait until the ship has been taken away. maybe then we might find some answers. then we might find him underneath the ship. that is what i think. hopefully, just for a few months or how long i have to wait. we will wait. the question people are being investigated over the tragedy including the ship's captain. indictments will be handed out by the end of february. the trial is still months away. the operation continues. this has salvage the most complex the world has ever seen. more than 400 engineers and experts are working around the clock. al jazeera. >> hundreds of thousands of people have been marching to the french capital to block a new law that would legalize a managed -- marriage and adoption by same
evangelical pastor louie giglio, who bowed out after controversy erupted over a sermon he gave in the 1990s condemning homosexuality. myrlie evers-williams, widow of murdered civil rights leader medgar evers, wildeliver te iocation anthe brooklyn tabernacle choir will sing. >>> this week, many religious groups praised president obama's newly announced measures to try to reduce gun violence, particularly his call for mandatory background checks and a ban on assault weapons. vice-president biden said the nation has a "moral obligation" to prevent future tragedies like the school shooting in connecticut. at a press conference in washington, members of an interfaith coalition reiterated support for strongerun control, saying they agree that it is a "moral imperative." >> we stand together because we know beyond all else that god is love. let us love one another, bind ourselves together and challenge the onslaught of violence in our nation. >>> also this week, christian groups ramped up their push for immigration reform. at a media event in washington, speakers sat at a table with empty chairs m
in the eyes of god and a sin in the word of god," and here's giglio talking about the president and ending modern day slavery on this program. >> last year at his national prayer breakfast speech a year ago, the president mentioned at what happened at passion 2012. the voices of this generation, what are called poor college students giving 3.2, $3.3 million in a few days has gotten the message. it's reached the white house, the streams of culture. we pray the white house is listening, engaging, doing what they can. it's not only one person or organization that will solve this. >> they're to say that he was caught offguard by that quote resurfacing at this moment. and said that it would be a distraction. he's stepping away. a source close to the inauguration planning said "we respect mr. giglio's decision, we wish him the best." >>> here's more of what we're working on this hour for "newsroom international." the fires continue to rage on in australia. the flames have already eaten almost a million acres of farmland. stay with us. today, jason is he to volunteer to help those in need. when a
of the costa concordia cruise ship crash arrived on the italian island of giglio to mark the anniversary of the shipwreck. 32 people died after the cruise ship hit submerged rocks offshore. meanwhile italian officials say the salvage operation is behind schedule and way over budget. plans call for removing the cruise ship with costs over $400 million. >>> tonight we take a look at key equipment that researchers are looking at and it it's not a football helmet. >>> and lance armstrong expected to make a major confection in an interview next week. who he will be talking to and what is he expected to say? >>> a live picture of san francisco's city hall all aglow, bathed in gold and red. our coverage of the 49ers victory continues when we come back. welcome se my lcret d you are?air.an your worst nightmare mr. box. since you foolishly brought back your bonus jack! i have copied your two pure beef patties, lettuce, melting cheese, pickles, and middle bun, plus fries and a drink for $4.49. and now you will tell me what is in your secret sauce!! uh, i think i know. "we all know," "pretty obvio
with the sirens of the boats moored in giglio's port as the exact moment when the concordia slammed into the reef off tuscany. the ship's captain, francesco schettino, is accused of manslaughter, causing a shipwreck, and leaving the ship before all the passengers were evacuated. the concordia remains on its side. officials saying it may take up until september to prepare the ship to be rolled upright and towed from the rocks to a port to be dismantled. stars of television and film celebrating the best of the best at the 70th annual golden globes in beverly hills, california. "les misérables" dominating the night with three wins for best actor, best supporting actress, and best musical. and despite an oscar snub, "argo" cleaning up with wins for best director and best drama. "homeland" and "girls" taking top tv honors, but the night's biggest moment belonging to jodie foster, speaking candidly about her personal life and future plans in hollywood. for "teen kids news," i'm eric shawn, "fox news channel in the classroom." >> we've reported on concussions fo with the popularity of high-impact sport
are still upset that reverend louie giglio, who was originally set to give the inaugural benediction, withdrew because of controversy over a sermon against homosexuality that he gave in the 1990s. st. john's rector luis leon offered the benediction instead. evangelicals did participate in the interfaith inaugural prayer service at washington national cathedral on tuesday. with the obamas and bidens in attendance, representatives from a broad array of religious traditions prayed for the nation and its leaders. the service included protestant, catholic, jewish, muslim and sikh participants. a major theme of the event was finding a common vision in a nation that remains deeply divided. >> kim, for all the religious diversity at the cathedral and at other events, the inauguration itself, the main event, was remarkably protestant only. a protesta giving the invocation, a protestant doing t benediction. did you hear any complaints about that? >> reporter: i didn't hear any complaints, probably because there was so much diversity at some of the other events. the last few inaugural events ha
benediction, pastor named louie giglio, mainstream, evangelical pastor. leader in the antislavery movement. he was forced to bow out because he gave a sermon 20 years ago against homosexuality. and orthodox believer of any kind, muslim, christian or jewish you are not allowed to be part of the -- >> loser picking up on what charles said. bigelow was the best director of the year and denied because she had a pro-government, pro-c.i.a., allegedly position. and winner is chuck hagel elevated to dashboard saint. >> bret: that is it. losing, my timing. stay tuned. i don't have more time. [ male announcer ] don't just reject convention. drown it out. introducing e all-new 2013 lexus ls f sport. an entirely new pursuit. [ male announcer ] the rhythm of life. [ whistle blowing ] where do you hear that beat? campbell's healthy request soup lets you hear it... in your heart. [ basketball bouncing ] heart healthy. great taste. mmm... [ male announcer ] sounds good. it's amazing what soup can do. [ male announcer ] sounds good. are you flo? yes. is this the thing you gave my husband? well, yeah, y
inaugural committee issued a statement saying, quote, we were not aware of pastor giglio's past comments at the time of his collection and they don't reflect our desire to celebrate the strength and diversity of our country at this inaugural. before we get to vice president biden's big meeting with the nra, talk about this pastor. he decided to step aside. he wasn't to our knowledge at least told to step down. what else do you know? >> reporter: well, right now, they're trying to figure out who should replace him. the white house hasn't officially commented on that, tamron. remember, this comes after the 2008 inauguration in which rick warren, pastor warren, who delivered the benediction there, got a lot of criticism for some comments that people deemed to be homophobic. so clearly this was a way of averting that type of criticism again. the decision to withdraw coming from the reverend himself. that's what we're being told at this point in time and we are waiting to see who will replace him. but those comments clearly would have drawn some unwanted criticism for this second inaugural wh
on the italian island of giglio to mark the anniversary of the shipwreck. 32 people died after the cruise ship hit submerged rocks offshore. meanwhile italian officials say the salvage operation is behind schedule and way over budget. plans call for removing the cruise ship with costs over $400 million. >>> tonight we take a look at key equipment that researchers are looking at and it it's not a football helmet. >>> and lance armstrong expected to make a major confection in an interview next week. who he will be talking to and what is he expected to [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. i just served my mother-in-law your chicken noodle soup but she loved it so much... i told her it was homemade. everyone tells a little white lie now and then. but now she wants my recipe [ clears his throat ] [ softly ] she's right behind me isn't she? [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... ♪ and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant q x . >>> you can see signs of 49er fever all over san francisco tonight. here is a live
giglio about his work to end human trafficking. the president will be using three bibles during the inauguration. he'll have his hand on the bible once belonging to martin luther king jr. it is the first time dr. king's bible will be used for an inauguration. the inauguration will be held on the federal holiday honoring king's birthday in fact. the president also plans to use a bible from president lincoln's first inauguration, and during a private ceremony, he'll lay his hand on a baseball that belonged to the first lady's grandmother. nbc4 is making it easy to keep up with the changes surrounding the swearing-in ceremony. for details on how that can impact your neighborhood and your travels around town, we invite you to visit nbcwashington.com/inauguration, and click on our "locals" guide. >>> a guilty verdict today in a landmark human trafficking case in montgomery county. the location of the prostitution operation, the middle of rock field pike. jackie bensen has more. >> reporter: shopping, dining hiram traffics. i think of is as more of a suburban nice community, there are
delivered 20 years ago condemning homosexuality. in a statement, louie giglio said he withdraw because his prayer would have been a distraction. >>> some members of the d.c. council are heading to the white house today. they're hoping to get the president to agree to put the taxation without representation license plates on his limousine and other vehicles, especially since they'll be on national display during the inauguration. council member mary chay will be part of that mission. >> we have supported president obama beyond any measure and have been as loyal a group of people that you can possibly want. so this modest little gesture, which is again, not ideology, but rather a fact, we thought was something he could and should do for us. >> she says she and the council chair will sit down with representatives from the obama administration to discuss their request. president clinton used the tag during his second term in office. president george w. bush used alternative plates that omitted the phrase. >>> the revenue from the speed cameras in the district reportedly skyrocketed from 2011 t
, reverend giglio's decision to withdraw from the inauguration committee but certainly the committee being very clear about the fact that his comments run in stark contrast to the beliefs of this white house and this administration. as to the question of who is going to replace him, who is going to step in and fill his shoes, that has yet to be answered, but remember, martin, back in 2008 when rick warren delivered the benediction. he came under a lot of criticism for comments he had made that some people also found to be homophobic. so it is possible that the white house, the inauguration committee, trying to avoid that type of scrutiny this time around. >> kristin welker, as always, covering all the bases for us. thanks, kristin. >> thanks, martin. >> and we'll be right back to "clear the air." [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus presents the cold truth. i have a cold, and i took nyquil, but i'm still "stubbed" up. [ male announcer ] truth is, nyquil doesn't unstuff your nose. what? [ male announcer ] it doesn't have a decongestant. no way. [ male announcer ] sorry. alka-seltzer plus fi
's captain took it off course to bring the ship a little closer to giglio island. the ship then took on water through a 230-foot gash in the hull and rolled onto its side. the ship's captain remains under house arrest, accused of multiple manslaughter and leaving the ship before all passengers were evacuated. he has not yet been charged, but an indictment is expected by the end of this month. >>> a major development to tell you about today in egypt. a court granted former president hosni mubarak a new trial in connection with charges stemming from the killings of hundreds of protesters during the 2011 uprising. there was loud applause in the courtroom today, as the judge read the ruling. it is a victory for the ailing mubarak and his interior minister, who also won an appeal. both men were convicted of not preventing the deaths of hundreds of protesters, attacked by police and snipers during the uprising. the two were sentenced to life in prison. >>> in other news of the world tonight, from india comes word of another alleged gang rape on a bus. police say six men are under arrest for the att
. the first pick was louis giglio, an evangelical minister who withdrew after it came to light he gave an anti-gay sermon years ago. president obama recently changed his mind to support same-sex marriage and the episcopal church is more in line with that. as you know, they have gay pastors. >> thank you, brianna. we're going to be watching the president in roughly 30 minutes or so. we'll be looking forward to that. the president will deliver a speech. then ats out to lunch. it's a slow limo ride down pennsylvania avenue. cnn's suzanne malveaux literally has one of the best seats you could possibly have along the parade route. hey, suzanne. >> reporter: good morning, soledad. this is prime real estate. this is the hot spot to be because essentially here's where we are at ninth and pennsylvania. jonathan, if you show our audience, the president and vice president and our motorcade, they are going to start at the capitol here. after the oath, they are going to head down pennsylvania avenue. you can see already all of the police that have lined up, the secret service, the park police, local offici
represents the people hes killing. chris. >> the website thinkprogress is reporting that pastor louie giglio, who president obama asked to deliver his inaugural benediction, held vehemently anti-gay views in the 1990s. in a recording attributed to him from that time, giglio advocated for a wildly discredited ex-gay therapy, references a biblical passage often attributed to require gay people to be executed, and impels christians to firmly respond to the aggressive agenda and prevent the homosexual lifestyle from becoming adapted in society. does the white house have a problem with obamas inaugural pastor holding those views? >> i havent seen that report. i would refer you to the inaugural committee. i havent seen the report. >> so its fair to say that the administration was not aware of these -- >> im just saying that i havent seen the report. >> this is breaking days after the president nominated chuck hagel and, as you acknowledged, he had made those 1998 anti-gay comments against jim hormel. is there some kind of statute of limitations on when someone can make anti-gay remarks and still b
island of giglio to those who were here, it's the human price that haunts them. 32 people died. an american couple, a little girl, a woman on her honeymoon. nearly 6,000 miles away in austin, texas, pete garcia and blake miller still see that night as like a dream or movie. >> the screaming, the yelling. there was a lady trying to -- she had a baby with her. and she got so desperate. she was trying to hand the baby over the railing. >> reporter: finally found a lifeboat but remained heartbroken for those who did not. >> we listened to one of the violinists on the ship, playing in one of the clubs and just absolutely amazing violinist. and after he finished his set we were going to go congratulate him and tell him how much we loved his work and a few days later when we were watching tv, they said he was one of the first bodies that was found. and so that part, talking about the people, the individuals, that's the part that still gets to me, still chokes me up. >> reporter: the cruise line has reimbursed them. they offpted to take settlement instead of suing. with it they bought
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giglio apparently gave a sermon in the 90s saying christians need to respond to the aggressive agenda of some in the gay community. he now says his participation in the inauguration would cause a distraction. >>> calling him loopy lew. his signature made headlines. coming up, the newly nominated treasury secretary says he'll make a change. >> i bet somebody who studies hand signatures would have a field day. droid dna augmentation initiated. vision expanding to a 5-inch 1080p hd display and camera. touch acquiring nfc. hearing evolving with beats audio. wireless charging activated. introducing droid dna by htc. it's not an upgrade to your phone. it's an upgrade to yourself. >>> president obama's choice to be treasury secretary says he is going to change his signature. jack lew has been mocked for his loopy signature. even president obama poked fun at it during the formal announcement yesterday. he joked he nearly rejected the nomination because it's not legible, his signature. the nomination means his signature will be added to the dollar bill. so it becomes important. >> i think that
pastor louie giglio an evangelical who withdrew himself from participating after think progress found him giving an anti-gay sermon back in the '90s. we're back after the break. arguments to feel confident in their positions. i want them to have the data and i want them to have the passion. but it's also about telling them, you're put on this planet for something more. i want this show to have an impact beyond just informing. an impact that gets people to take action themselves. as a human being, that's really important. this is not just a spectator sport. [ ryon ] eating shrimp at red lobster is a fantastic experience. 30 shrimp for $11.99. i can't imagine anything better. you're getting a ton of shrimp and it tastes really good! [ male announcer ] hurry in to red lobster's 30 shrimp for just $11.99! choose any two of five savory shrimp selections like mango jalapeÑo shrimp and parmesan crunch shrimp. two delicious shrimp selections on one plate! all with salad and unlimited cheddar bay biscuits. 30 shrimp, just $11.99 for a limited time. wow, that
a major step in the salvage efforts. nbc's michelle kosinski's on the scene there in giglio, italy. hello, michelle. >> reporter: hi, alex. it has been a difficult, emotional day for the families. the sound of the church service echoed throughout this ancient town. we've heard a lot of people say how much this disaster still affects them, including the captain. and even now we're seeing new pictures coming out from that night. the morning cold. some of this beautiful island's most terrible memories are symbolically laid to rest. that is the boulder the "costa concordia" struck. there it is lodged in the hull. now returned to the sea. the 32 lives lot are emotion a. celebrated. evan rebello came to feel closer to his brother russell, a waiter on board who helped rescue passengers but was never found. >> what will you say to your brother while you're here? >> show up. that's what i send him a message. so when are you going to show up? that's it. so hopefully he hears me. >> reporter: now the italian coast guard has released more images from that night. in infrared you see clusters of people
their reverend louis giglio withdrew from delivering the benediction of obama is in operation after a certain service from the 1990's in which the and the jellievangelical pastor denounced the gay-rights movement. after the ceremony ceremonial inauguratio >> we been tracking if you add hot spots most recently at 680 southbound and killed tree boulevard. and accidents still has lanes blocked and it is backed up to 242 of 08 to highway 4. interstate 80 is still sluggish from the lower to the east shore freeway in the wake of early morning problems at the bay bridge. a new accident and potential major hot spot is here on the nimitz freeway southbound 880. right at the turn out of the dumbarton bridge or just a bit beyond. it is reported that there may be as many as three lanes of traffic blocked by vehicles in the accident and the emergency vehicles of tending to the scene. things are slowly getting back to normal with traffic backed up to the edge of the macarthur maze about a 21 to 22 minutes drive time from highway 24, 80 is backed up to the top of the ramp. >> some of us walking up to a cold
. and to have the original pastor lou giglio, his so-called anti-gay remarks became public, to have him disinvited is pretty extraordinary. this is something really new. >> and, jeff, i think that some americans might not think that president obama is all that religious because he doesn't go to a physical church every sunday. >> that's true, he does not. the obama family did not join a church when they moved to washington, and i remember in the white house press room the first couple of years asking pretty regularly, have they chosen a church, are they going to go to a church? they ended up not doing so. they go once in a while. they occasionally go across the street to st. john's episcopal church as they did yesterday. the white house says the president is religious, he attends services at camp david, at the chapel there. he's talked frequently about his christian faith and how it influences him and how it influences his job. >> the president prays in an unusual way, too, jeff. i understand he does it via blackberry often. >> i didn't know that. i think he does talk about prayer and th
: the one year anniversary of the tragic costa concordia ship wreck off the island in giglio in italy. a day that will forever leave a mark on those who lost loved ones and others that were there hours on end. joining us for a firsthand account, and recorded the disaster themselves. and welcome to "fox & friends." let's go back a year ago. why were you on the ship in the first place. what were you celebrating. >> this was our honeymoon, actually. >> mike: where were you when it rolled over on its side, the ship. >> we were in our cabin looking through some of our photos from a day spent in rome and we heard kind of a soft, dull sound coming from behind us. and then the whole roomarted le side. wine glass, wine bottles fell off the table, the tv started sliding out of the cabinet. >> mike: emily, what did you think was happening. >> i thought. i asked benji, maybe a really big wave. he said i don't think so. >> mike: did you think of the "titanic" instantly. >> we thought of the "titanic" as we were trying to escape from the ship. we thought about jumping into the water and how that would giv
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